Golden State Warriors defensive specialist Andre Iguodala stopped a possible Portland Trail Blazers comeback and lifted his squad for a 2-0 series lead.
With 4.1 seconds remaining in the game, the ball possession belongs to Portland and Damian Lillard was looking for his way to make a three-pointer to tie the score, 111-114.
Most probably because of their experience, the Warriors exactly knew who will guard the best offensive player of their opponent.
It’s just like automatic, Andre Iguodala was in-front of Lillard for defensive strategy.
Iguodala distracts the dribbling of Lillard and when he decided to shoot a three, Iguodala slapped the ball out of his hand as time expires.
The Warriors were behind at 4:28 mark of the fourth quarter, 108-100 then the huge surge happen.
Stephen Curry led the Warriors with his 37 points while Klay Thompson added 24 points.
Golden State continue to play the Western Conference Finals without their other superstar player Kevin Durant who is expected to be sidelined in Game 3 and Game 4 due to his injury.
Damian Lillard led the Trail Blazers 23 points while CJ McCollum chipped in with 22 points.
Golden State vs Portland Game 2 Box Score
Warriors (114) – Green 16, Curry 37, Thompson 24, Iguodala 4, Bell 11, McKinnie 3, Looney 14, Livingston 3, Cook 2
Trail Blazers (111) – Aminu 9, Harkless 12, Kanter 4, Lillard 23, McCollum 22, Leonard 7, Curry 16, Turner 6, Hood 12